Daily Archives: May 25, 2014

The next IFSC World Cup will be a solo Bouldering competition held in Toronto (Hamilton)  from May 31 to June 1, after a well deserved two-week break for the athletes.  The first North American competition […]

Russian Denis Urubko has reached the summit of Kangchenjunga 8,586 m, climbing a minor variation on the lower face to access the North Ridge. Adam Bielecki, Artem Braun and Dimtry Sinev, Alex Txikon and […]

Midnight Lightning is on the Columbia Boulder in Camp 4 of Yosemite. It has been described as the world’s most famous bouldering problem. The first ascent was by Ron Kauk in 1978 and the first female ascent was by Lynn Hill in 1998. The […]

Muriel Sarkany became the fourth woman to climb 5.14d by climbing Punt X in the Gorges du Loup, France. Check out this video from Nov. 2013 of Sarkany making history. For more on Sarkany, visit […]

The Moai is one of Tasmania’s unique rock towers protruding from the sea located at Fortesque bay. The little brother of the more famous Totem Pole which requires a bit more walking, but less […]